Mexican President-Elect Calderon Meets With Canada's Harper

Posted on Sunday, November 05 at 11:51 by truepatriot
From El Universal: [Translation/summary] “Last week, the president-elect of Mexico, Felipe Calderon, met with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Among other things, they discussed the need to reinforce NAFTA. Other topics of discussion included the role of the Mexican military in maintaining security and the need for the two countries to strengthen commerce in such areas agricultural products and energy. The two leaders also discussed investment in the poorer zones of each country to reduce the need for mass migrations. They also shared a vision of the future for a North American Union that would include a consolidated currency. It is believed that a “solid and unified” currency is necessary to compete in the global economy….”

[Proofreader's note: this article was edited for spelling and typos on November 6, 2006]

Note: Google Translation From El Universal

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